The White Horse (Brancaster) Reviews
Description:Address: The White Horse, Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk PE31 8BY / Telephone: 01485 210262
Newest Review: ... but at a minimum price of £75 per person for a minimum of two nights (top price room, £110 per person), we decided against this, and splashed out on a nice meal instead. There is a large beer garden at the front of the pub and a terrace at the back, so in the summer (and luckily for us, last weekend) a great place to sit out and enjoy the sunshine and the breathtaking views. The restaurant ... more
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by - written on 17/10/11 (Very useful, 26 readings)
We have just got back from an amazing weekend in Brancaster Staithe and following a recommendation, decided to go for dinner at The White Horse on Saturday night. The White Horse is owned by Anglian Country Inns, who also run a brewery, the other pub in Brancaster Staithe (The Jolly Sailors), along with a pub and restaurant in our native Hertfordshire. The White Horse is just off the main road going through the pretty fishing village of Brancaster Staithe. Situated on Norfolk's northern coast, the White Horse offers spectacular views across the marshes and out to sea, where many boats are moored. The Norfolk Coast Path, one of the National Trails which runs ... Read the complete review
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